Can Art Stop a Bullet? William Kelly's Big Picture will make its South Australian premiere at the Adelaide Fringe Festival on Thursday, March 5th at 7pm. The 92 minute version of the film will be screened at the Iris Cinema at Mercury Cinema1 3 Morphett St , Adelaide. Tickets are $25. Please follow the link for booking details https://adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/can-art-stop-a-bullet-william-kelly-s-big-picture-af2020
Iranian born, Persian Kamancheh, Qeychak Alto, singer , song writer and Choir leader Gelareh Pour, studied her BA at the Art University of Tehran's conservatorium and her Masters of Ethnomusicology at The University of Melbourne. She has completed her unique academic research on 'The Lives of Iranian Women Singers in Diaspora' at MCM in which she introduces the professional aspects of seven selected Iranian female singers' lives before and after migration. We poke to Gelarah
Cocovan is a French-Iranian performance artist and musician. She was born and raised in Paris, where where she began my artistic journey as a Pop singer at 16, and eventually relocated to Los Angeles in 2010 to pursue her music dreams. And pop music is what she did for 10 years - releasing multiple EPs, touring internationally, and working with Pop’s biggest names. But after a 10 years -she moved beyond sound, with a different art form: performance art.